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FIFA opens Regional Development Office in Kigali

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Friday, February 19 2021, the football governing body officially opened its regional development office in Kigali following the agreement reached with the government of Rwanda as a host nation. (...)

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Perezida Kagame yasuye Ikipe y’Igihugu...

Feb 07, 2021 Comments 30, 088 views

Nyuma yo kuva mu gikombe cya Afurika cy‘abakina imbere mu gihugu ‘’Total CHAN 2020’’ abagize Ikipe y’Igihugu basuwe na Perezida wa Repubulika ku cyumweru tariki 7 Gashyantare 2021. Mu ijambo rye, (...)

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TOTAL CHAN 2020: Rwanda bows out of the tournament.

Feb 01, 2021 Comments 30, 088 views

Rwanda National Team ‘’Amavubi Stars’’ bows out of the Total African Nations Championship 2020 after suffering a 1-0 defeat to Guinea on Sunday, January 31 in Limbe. Early in the game, Guinea was (...)

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Total CHAN 2020: Rwanda beat Togo to qualify for the quarter final

Posted on Jan 26 2021

The Amavubi Stars of Rwanda edged the Sparrowhawks of Togo in a mouthwatering tie of group C in the Total African Nations Championship. Rwanda scored twice from behind before adding in the third goal.

Togo opened the scoring through Yendoutie Nane after a good combination from the attacking trio of the Hawks. The number ten who was skippering his squad in the last game of group C capitalized from a good pas to put the ball behind Kwizera Olivier.

Rwanda equalized through Niyonzima Olivier who scored a header in from a Bayisenge Emery free kick. The first half ended with both teams drawing 1-1.

After the start of the Second half, Yendoutie Nane scored the second for Togo. Fitina Omborenga put in a good cross with Tuyisenge Jacques heading in to put the Amavubi Stars lever with the Hawks.

Two substitutes Martin Fabrice and Ernest Sugira combined to put the Amavubi ahead with the latter composedly finishing from close range. Rwanda won the game 3-2 to qualify for the quarter final of the Total CHAN 2020 taking place in Cameroon.

The Amavubi Stars finished second in the group with 5 points behind Morocco with 7 points, Togo finished third with three points while Uganda finished last in the group with one point.

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